Join Us for Worship
Thursday morning at 7:30 am Holy Eucharist
Saturday evening at 5:30 pm Holy Eucharist
8:00 am Holy Eucharist, Rite I
9:15 am Holy Eucharist, Rite II
11:00 am Holy Eucharist, Rite II
We hope that you will choose to make St. Michael’s Cathedral your spiritual home. It is our goal, to make St. Michael’s a community where everyone is honored; every member engaged in ministry; and where everyone’s voice is heard. Indeed, we have learned that we honor Christ when we value and respect one another.
Worship is at the heart of everything we do at St. Michael’s. We gather each Sunday to worship in the Name of the Holy Trinity. When we gather, we find ourselves strengthened for service in Jesus’ name. In worship, we also find deeper understanding of the week past, and hope for weeks ahead. You might say we find our true identity, at worship, as Jesus’ disciples.
St. Michael’s is here for you! Our six core ministries-Worship (including music), Pastoral Care, Youth Ministry, Reaching Out, Christian Formation, and Fellowship-provide many rich opportunities for each member to be fully engaged in a living and vital life of faith.
St. Michael’s is also a community that cares for its members, and understands that life can be challenging at times. For this reason, the Cathedral Clergy are here to listen, to guide, and to pray.
The people of St. Michael’s would be blessed by your presence. We hope you will become a part of St. Michael’s faith community.
St. Michael's Cathedral Seeking Interm Canon for Music
St. Michael’s Cathedral, Boise, Idaho is seeking an Interim Canon for Music. St. Michael’s Cathedral is known as a center for excellent liturgy, creative ministry and inspiring music. The Cathedral is in the heart of the growing city of Boise, the State Capital of Idaho. Boise is considered one of the safest, youthful, most affordable cities in the Western U.S. St. Michael’s is in the top two percent of best-attended congregations in the Episcopal Church.
The Interim Canon for Music will be a valued and respected member of the Cathedral’s team of seven full time clergy and lay staff. The Interim Canon for Music will be responsible for all musical leadership at the Cathedral, including organist and director of the Cathedral’s two choirs They will also be a valued member of the Cathedral’s liturgical team.
This full-time position and includes health and pension benefits, as well as continuing education. The salary is commensurate with education and experience. This interim position will last for two years and the person selected for this position will be a finalist for the permanent position. Relocation costs are available.
The Interim Canon for Music will enjoy a position of joyful, mutual support and collaboration with the Dean, Cathedral Clergy and Staff, and Cathedral community.
All interested parties should apply directly to Richard A. Demarest, Dean, at email@example.com. Questions or other inquiries are most welcomed. In addition to email, please contact Dean Demarest directly, at 208-342-5601 - ext. 213 or 208-859-0737.Or contact Cathedral Administrator Debbi Mills-Havey 208-342-5601-ext. 210 or firstname.lastname@example.org